aenigma


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Si fuera, pues, posible excogitar un argumento que, a la vez que explicara el surgimiento de los males, justificara por que Dios no los suprime, las conversiones del razonamiento de Epicuro y de Hume en un argumento ateo o en una reductio in aenigma quedarian eo ipso descartadas como soluciones validas del problema de la teodicea.
Etymology: from aenigma (Latin), meaning "mystery," referring to the many unknown aspects of the natural history of this unusual Solenopsis.
lt;<haciendo su <<Verum si quis haec discurso de meta- omnia simul foras, fabrico un congerat, uel enigma y, com- aenigma efficiet, poniendole de uel barbarismum.
Now they articulate only "fragmented transcendence," to use Adorno's terms--or, following Heidegger, a (hermeneutic) circle in which the self is revealed as a (finite) aenigma.
Rather than possessing a clear fixed meaning, the form of allegory known as aenigma is opaque, presenting ambivalent conclusions that may be read as politically orthodox or politically oppositional.